[kan-din-skee; Russian kuhn-dyeen-skyee]
- Was·si·ly [vas-uh-lee] /ˈvæs ə li/or Va·si·li [vas-uh-lee, vuh-sil-ee; Russian vuh-syee-lyee] /ˈvæs ə li, vəˈsɪl i; Russian vʌˈsyi lyi/, 1866–1944, Russian painter.
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Winters liked to paint—usually quirky joke paintings that owed something to surrealism and Kandinsky.Remembering Jonathan Winters: Ken Tucker on the Tragic and Triumphant Life of the Late Comedian
April 12, 2013
If Kandinsky, as a theorist, is cabalistic and illusory, he achieves a certain decorative prettiness in his work.
Kandinsky has only tried to introduce an unimportant element of one art into another art.
Like the Cubists Kandinsky is a step toward arbitrariness in formal composition, but his advance is less significant than theirs.
Kandinsky is a painter of moods, and as such encroaches upon the domain of music.
Kandinsky is that rare combination, an artist who can express himself in both words and paint.The Eurhythmics of Jaques-Dalcroze
- Vasili (vaˈsilij). 1866–1944, Russian expressionist painter and theorist, regarded as the first to develop an entirely abstract style: a founder of der Blaue Reiter
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